Read the excerpt from act i, scene v of romeo and juliet. romeo: o! she doth teach the torches to burn

Read the excerpt from act i, scene v of romeo and juliet.

romeo: o! she doth teach the torches to burn bright.

now read the adaptation.

romeo: wow, she’s really beautiful.

which is the best analysis of the adaptation?

it captures the tone but not the original meaning.

it captures the original meaning but not the tone.

it captures neither the original tone nor meaning.

it captures both the original tone and meaning

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  1. B. It captures the original meaning but not the tone.

    Also, this is an english question, not a biology question.

  2. Answer:

    D: It captures both the original tone and meaning

    This is the best analysis of the adaptation

    Explanation:

    The adaptation “Wow, she is really beautiful “, describes both the original tone and the meaning of the line Romeo says in the scene. He is describing Juliet’s beauty in the given line. He says that she is so beautiful that she teaches the torch how to burn bright. The torches appear dim before the glow of her face.  

    So, the correct answer is Option D. Other options mention that either of them is missing in the adaptation, so they are incorrect.

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